If you teach a course in eLearning or use eLearning to supplement teaching in a face-to-face class, you can obtain assistance in working with the course management system through ATC. The ATC site provides online assistance with frequently asked questions, posts information about training sessions and webinars, and other assistance with the eLearning system.
Career Services will assist faculty in providing opportunities to students for experiential learning, civic engagement, service, and employment. Programs include cooperative education, internships, Volunteer UWF!, assistance with resume-writing and interview skills, and other career development programs for students. Contact Career Services if to request an in-class workshop for your students. Refer students to Career Services if they would like to engage in volunteer activities, service learning, an internship, or other experiential learning or if they have questions about seeking employment post graduation.
Counseling and Wellness Services consists of two departments that work collaboratively to create a culture at UWF in which students strive for mental and physical health. Each department also works independently, providing unique contributions to the UWF campus community.
Counseling Services offers counseling and therapy to help students address how to manage, cope and grow with the stress associated with school and life. The primary goal of counseling is to help students develop the personal awareness and skills necessary to overcome problems and to develop in ways that will allow them to take advantage of the educational opportunities at the university.
Wellness Services is active on campus providing health promotion services in the areas of alcohol abuse & misuse prevention, sexual health promotion and sexual assault prevention. Wellness Services also coordinates the UWF Peer Educators program.
This is the new portal to a variety of services and processes used by faculty and staff. Click on the link to MyUWF at the top right of any UWF web page to access the login window for MyUWF. You will find links to ClassMate (rosters of students in your classes), eLearning (access to the course management system), Gmail for Faculty & Staff, and a variety of other online services and functions.
Diversity and International Education promotes interaction between international students and the university and local communities. They organize educational and social programs and coordinate campus and community services for international students and faculty. These services include Intensive English classes, conversation language classes, assistance with accent reduction, and a variety of cross-cultural social activities.
Student portal to access the online course management system.
The Military and Veterans Resource Center is a center exclusively for military and veteran students, designed to assist veterans while transitioning from the military to an academic environment.
The Office of Undergraduate Research facilitates collaborations between undergraduate students and faculty by providing funding and administrative support for undergraduate scholarly and creative work. OUR sponsors an annual UF student symposium and provides travel awards to national and regional conferences.
SDRC works with students and faculty to help make UWF an accessible learning environment. The SDRC offers a variety of services to students with documented disabilities. You might be contacted by SDRC about a student in your class who has documented needs for SDRC assistance and special accommodations in your class. If you believe a student might qualify for these services (or if you have a student who requests these accommodations), you should refer your student to SDRC for evaluation and documentation of needs for accommodations. Many students are not aware that they must initiate a request for disability services (unlike the secondary school environment, where this process is often initiated by others). The SDRC site provides information about the types of services available to students with documented needs.
The Student Grade Appeal process provides students the opportunity to contest a grade in a course.
The Student Grievance process provides students the opportunity to bring complaints to the attention of the University. The Student Grievance Process may only be used to grieve a University action or decision when there is no appeal process associated with that particular University action or decision. This process is designed for student concerns for which there are no other avenues of redress.
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